Rich Palmer, co-founder and CTO at Gravyty, sits down with VentureFizz to do an exploration about innovation, artificial intelligence, overcoming adversity, and embracing change.
... but it was when tragedy struck in 2013, when he suffered a brain aneurysm, that everything changed. After his long recovery, Palmer decided to start a different path and focus on giving back in some way, shape, or form. Palmer’s survival and recuperation from a brain aneurysm is just one part of his journey to becoming an entrepreneur in the Boston tech scene.
... and during his time at Babson, he found a business interest when he met his future co-founder, Adam Martel. At the time, Martel was taking care of fundraising with Babson while pursuing his MBA part-time. He would tell Palmer how difficult it can be on the front lines trying to prioritize outreach and build relationships, and how meeting fundraising goals can be as equally frustrating. This, combined with Palmer’s urge to pursue socially conscious businesses, kick-started an idea for a company.
Check out the whole article here: https://venturefizz.com/blog/rich-palmer-gravyty-profile